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Phlebotomy

A phlebotomist is a member of the healthcare team that is responsible for collecting blood samples from patients which are used as one of the tools to help diagnose health conditions.  It can be a very rewarding entry-level position, especially for anyone who would like to learn more about healthcare for making career decisions.

  • MEDT101: PHLEBOTOMY                      3 semester credits

This course introduces the practice and theory of phlebotomy.  It includes ethical and legal issues that pertain to phlebotomy, laboratory safety, basic anatomy and physiology, types of laboratory specimens, specimen handling, and special collection procedures.  Practical instruction includes venipuncture and capillary blood collection.  The curriculum is designed to provide the didactic information and competencies required by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) for certification as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (PBT, ASCP).

Prerequisites:  Must be at least 16 years of age.

Registration for Fall 2014 begins April 7th -18th. Fall 2014  semester starts August 25 and ends December 19, 2014.  The class time is the following:

Course Number

Section

Course Title

Day and Time

Credits

Cost

Per Credit Hour

MEDT101

1

Phlebotomy

Thursday 4-7pm

3.0

$523.00

If you would like to learn more  information about taking a Phlebotomy course or registering for Phlebotomy. Please contact the Records and Registration office at 402-481-3805.

To register for this course call 402-481-3805 or click here for course registration form.

* Please note that Phlebotomy courses are only offered in the Fall and Spring.  We currently do not offer courses during the summer months. 

 

 

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